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Did you know? ...

that an abbot in Belgium built a blast furnace?

In 1771 Dom Nicolas Spirlet, the last abbot of the St Hubert Benedictine monastery, had the St Michael blast furnace built in the wooded...
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Stories about People ...

Martin Triewald (1691 – 1747)

Martin Triewald was a merchant, engineer and amateur physicist who did much to introduce new technologies in Sweden in the early eighteenth...
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News

| „Investing in our future“: 90 European institutions call for more cultural funding

A proposal by the European Parliament aims to increase the budget of the Creative...  more

| ERIH supports the #MuseumsforFuture initiative

Join the Global Climate Strike on 29 November in your city.  more

| ERIH newsletter on Sunday: Detailed review of the ERIH conference in Berlin

On Sunday, the first ERIH newsletter after a lengthy break will be released. It...  more

| The Nazi Forced Labor Documentation Centre is an official ERIH Anchor Point

At a formal ceremony, the Nazi Forced Labor Documentation Center in Berlin celebrated...  more

| ERIH Industrial Heritage Barometer: the results of the survey in 2019

For the second time, ERIH in cooperation with the Ruhr Regional Association conducted...  more

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